Advance Java/J2EE

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In this Advanced Java Programming training course, expert content provider Infinite Skills builds on the beginners Java course, and goes deeper into programming topics that help you to understand these more advanced Java concepts. Designed for the more experienced Java developer, you should have a good working knowledge of the Java programming language before going through this tutorial.

Some of the advanced topics that you will cover in this Advanced Java Course includes; generic programming, sequential and associative data structures, classic data structures, sorting and searching, exception handling, database programming with JDBC, networking programming GUI development using Swing and an overview of Multithreading. You will also explore Java Applets, web applications (Servlets), advanced input and output classes, more advanced strings, regular expressions, Java graphics, and finally, closing off with a look at using Eclipse.

By the conclusion of this training course, you will have a clear understanding of each of the topics of Advanced Java Programming, which will allow you to go more in-depth with the concepts of your choice. Working files are included to allow you to learn the concepts using the same files that the author does throughout this computer based training course.

Key features of Advance Java Training in Croma Campus:

  • Framework for development such as Struts1.1, Struts1.2  & Struts1.3 to unwind large scale projects
  • Framework for development such as Struts2.0, Struts2.1 to unwind large scale projects.
  • Approximately (60%) Struts1.x framework is using in IT Development.
  • Hibernate (2.5 or 3.0) is used at DAO Layer which is use to unwind development in very large scale projects.
  • Spring is latest framework used to unwind development in very big large scale projects.
  • Web services to communicate one programming language to another such as Java with PHP or.Net.
  • Implementing protocols, SOAP, RESTFUL, java web service, JAX-WS and JAX-RS with XML and JSON.
  • Students would get a window view of leveraging Java in the current scenario.

Croma Campus Advance Java Training Map

Advance Java Training Program
 Advance Java  J2EE (SERVLET or JSP), Full Servlet implementaion for development with project in java with JDBC Database (oracle or mysql or postgress) or Hibernate.Full JSP implementaion for development with project in java with JDBC Connection (oracle or mysql or postgress) or Hibernate.JSP Servlet integration with JDBC Connection (Oracle database) or Hibernate.Full Framework Implementation for Development
SOAP:-SOA Web Services live implementaion for Development in XML or Bean Object. Implementation Consumer(Client) and Producer(Server).RESTFUL:-Restful Web services live implementaion for Development in XML or JSON Object. Implementation Consumer(client) and Producer(server).AJAX or JAVASCRIPT:-Ajax implementation for development.
JavaScript implementation for development and validation client side.
Code Debugging, Login module, Registration module, Log4j implementation, Data encryption or Decryption for security from RSA or MD5 algorithm., Encoder or Decoder , implementation, Digital Signature, PDF generation from itext jar file, excel file generation from java code, Crone Scheduler implementation in java using jar file, Own jar file creation, War file creation, Data security module, utility implementation, custom TLD creation in jsp, Automatic password generation send to email id by java code, JNDI implementation, Different Listener implementation in application, Tiles framework implementation.
SERVER, Web server – Apache Tomcat
Application Server – Web Sphere ,Web logic ,Jboss, IDE
Eclipse, My eclipse, All project implementation in 3 Tier architecture or 2 Tier architecture.
*For B.Tech/MCA Industrial Training: Project Synopsis/Project for College Submission/Industrial Training Certificate.


  • The Collection Interfaces (List, Set, SortedSet)
  • The Collection Classes (ArrayList, LinkedList, HashSet, TreeSet)
  • Differences b/w HashSet, HashMap and HashTable.
  • Differences between other Collection Classes.
  • Accessing a Collection via an Iterator.
  • Working with Maps.
  • Working with Comparators, Comparable.
  • The Collection Algorithms.
  • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces (Enumeration, Vector, Stack, Dictionary, Hashtable).
  • Difference b/w Non Legacy and Legacy Interfaces and Classes.
  • Date and Time Handling.


  • Usage of Property File.
  • Define the Locale.
  • Defining multiple types of locale using multiple property files.
  • Fetching text from ResourceBundle.


  • DISTRIBUTED Applications.
  • RMI Architecture.
  • Implementation
  • Call-back Mechanism.
  • Demonstration of RMI using more than one machine.


  • JDBC Drivers
  • 4 Ways of Getting Database Connection
  • Statements, Callablestatement, Preparedstatement and their differences.
  • Metadata, ResultSetMetaData, DatabaseMetaData and their differences.
  • Scrollable & Updatable ResultSet.
  • Batch Updates.
  • Data Source & Connection Pooling.
  • Connection Pooling using Data Source.
  • Performance increase using Connection Pool.
  • Transactions (Commit, Rollback, Savepoint).


  • Tier Architecture
  • Single Tier.
  • Two Tier.
  • Three Tier.
  • N Tier.
  • J2EE Components
  • Web Components.
  • Bussiness Components.
  • Container Types.
  • Container Services.
  • Java Naming and DirectoryInterface
  • Java Transaction Service.
  • Java Messaging Service.
  • Java Authentication & Authorization Service.


  • Use Cases.
  • Diagrams.


  • Document Type Definition (DTD).
  • Xml Parsers
  • Document Object Module (DOM).
  • Simple API for XML (SAX).


  • Introduction to Web Programming.
  • Advantages of Servlets.
  • Servlet Lifecycle.
  • Difference between a simple java class and a servlet class.
  • Request Dispatching.
  • Types of Session Tracking.
  • Event Listener.
  • Filters
  • File Uploading / File Downloading.
  • Packages used to develop a Servlet.
  • Security


  • JSP Architecture.
  • Servlet Lifecycle versus JSP Lifecycle
  • Difference between a Servlet class and a JSP page
  • What to choose between a Servlet and a JSP
  • Integration of a JSP and a Servlet in a single application
  • JSP Elements.
  • JSP implicit Objects.
  • Custom Tags.
  • Using Tags of JSTL.
  • Expression Language
  • Exception Handling in JSP.
  • Embedding core java in a JSP using Scriplets.
  • Demonstration of a JSP and Servlet in a single application


  • Java Persistence API.
  • Introduction
  • Architecture
  • Types of EJB


  • Introduction
  • State Management.
  • Life Cycle.
  • Types
  • Stateless
  • Statefull


  • Introduction
  • State Management.
  • Life Cycle.
  • Types
  • Container Managed Persistent (CMP) 2.0
  • Introduction
  • Primary Key Class.
  • EJB Methods.
  • EJB QL.
  • Syntax
  • Clauses
  • Bean Managed Persistent (BMP)
  • Introduction
  • Implementation
  • EJB Relationships.
  • Session Beans Lifecycle verses Entity Bean Lifecycle.
  • Difference b/w Session Beans verses Entity Beans


  • Messaging Overview.
  • Messaging Models.
  • Point to Point Model
  • Topic Subscriber Model
  • JMS Implementation.
  • Life Cycle


  • Introduction
  • ACID Properties.
  • Transaction Requirements.
  • Container Managed Transactions.
  • Bean Managed Transactions.
  • Distributed Transactions.
  • Two Phase Commit


  • What is Design Patterns?
  • Problem verses Design Pattern.
  • Which Design pattern to choose?
  • Front Controller.
  • Composite View.
  • Session Fade.
  • Service Locator.
  • Data Access Object (DAO).
  • Value Object.
  • Singleton Pattern, Factory Pattern


  • Email System & Protocols.
  • Architecture
  • Sending Mails.
  • Receiving Mails.
  • Handling attachments.
  • Replying & Forwarding



  • A Conceptual Overview of Web Services.
  • Web Services Requirements.
  • SOAP
  • WSDL
  • UDDI


  • My Eclipse 8.0.
  • NetBeans 6.5


  • Apache Tomcat 6.0


  • Weblogic 10.3.
  • JBoss
  • Tomcat
  • Sun Application Server
  • Webshere

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Frequently Asked Questions:


All training courses offered by us are through IT Professional with 10+ years of experience. Freshers/College Students/Professionals(IT & Non-IT) can spot the quality of training by attending one lecture. Hence, we provide one free demo class to all our trainees so that they can judge on their own.


No, you don’t have to pay anything to attend the demo class. You are required to pay the training fee after free demo only if you are fully satisfied and want to continue the training.


To register for free demo, visit our campus or call our counsellors on the numbers given on contact us page.


Yes, all the trainees shall work on live projects provided by Croma Campus after completing their training part.


You will never lose any lecture. You can choose either of the two options:
View the recorded session of the class available in your LMS.
You can attend the missed session, in any other live batch.

Please note, access to the course material will be available for lifetime once you have enrolled into the course.


Yes, Training certificate & Project completion will be issued by Croma Campus(ISO 9001-2000 Certified Training Center)


Yes, Croma Campus conduct special training programs on week end for college students throughout the year.


Croma Campus is the largest education company and lots of recruitment firms contacts us for our students profiles from time to time. Since there is a big demand for this skill, we help our certified students get connected to prospective employers. We also help our customers prepare their resumes, work on real life projects and provide assistance for interview preparation. Having said that, please understand that we don’t guarantee any placements however if you go through the course diligently and complete the project you will have a very good hands on experience to work on a Live project.


Yes, Course Fee can be paid in two equal installments with prior Approval.


Yes, Croma Campus offer various group or special discounts.


No, Lab is open from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. seven days a week. This time can be extended upto 11 PM if need arises.


Yes, students can take breaks during their exams and can resume it later without paying any fee. Apart from this, Students can attend batches for revision even after completion of their courses.


Batch strength differ from technology to technology. Minimum batch strength at Croma Campus is 10 and maximum batch strength is 30.

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